- Press releases 2021
- Mid-market businesses eager to embrace sustainability but struggle to overcome barriers to progression
- Grant Thornton International Ltd builds its global industry programme with three new appointments
- Global mid-market businesses full of hope and fear in latest index results
- Mid-market businesses show signs of recovery after record H1 slump, but significant constraints remain
- Women in senior leadership positions pass critical 30% mark despite global pandemic
More than six out of 10 mid-market businesses (62%) now believe that sustainability is just as important or more important than financial success according to figures from Grant Thornton’s International Business Report (IBR).
Grant Thornton International Ltd builds its global industry programme with three new appointments
Grant Thornton International Ltd (GTIL) has appointed three senior leaders to run the network’s global industry programme: Matt Cooleen, (banking) and Amy Flynn (life sciences) both from Grant Thornton US, and Nick Watson (technology) from Grant Thornton UK.
Global mid-market businesses full of hope and fear in latest index results
In a year without precedent, it should be no surprise that Grant Thornton’s Global business pulse index, which tracks sentiment among the global mid-market, has produced results without precedent.
Women in senior leadership positions pass critical 30% mark despite global pandemic
The number of women holding senior leadership positions in mid-market businesses globally has hit 31% despite the COVID-19 pandemic affecting economies around the world, according to Grant Thornton’s annual Women in Business report.
Mid-sized businesses are displaying reserved optimism about an economic recovery according to the latest figures from Grant Thornton’s International Business Report* (IBR) which gathers responses from nearly 5000 business leaders in 29 economies including the G20.